Synonyms of double-cross in English:

double-cross


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See Spanish definition of traicionar

verb

1‘he was double-crossing his family behind their backs’

SYNONYMS
betray, cheat, defraud, trick, hoodwink, mislead, deceive, swindle, break one's promise to, be disloyal to, be unfaithful to, break faith with, play false, fail, let down
informal two-time, sell down the river
British informal stitch up, do the dirty on
ANTONYMS

be loyal, play it straight